Tag Archives: Liaison Psychiatry

Transformational Change in Health and Care: Learning From Case Studies (King’s Fund)

Summary A recent King’s Fund report explores diverse examples of successful transformational change, i.e. those which tend to focus on improving the lives of patients, to see if there are lessons for leadership style and organisational culture. Four case studies … Continue reading

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Mental Health in General Hospitals: Patient Safety Improvement (NHS England / NCEPOD / NCCMH / NICE)

Summary This year’s National Confidential Enquiry into Patient Outcome and Death (NCEPOD) “Treat as one” report identifies a number of problems in the treatment of patients with mental health problems admitted to acute hospitals. Recommendations are supplied. Professor Tim Kendall, … Continue reading

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